MultiX supplies system manufacturers with advanced multi energy technology.
MultiX is a technology company that designs, produces and sells advanced spectrometric X-ray detectors, used for the identification of materials in general, non-destructive testing (NDT) and the detection of explosives in luggage and packages in particular.
The company was created in 2010 by Jacques Doremus and Patrick Radisson, both from the Thales group, with the support of the French CEA (Atomic Energy Commission). MultiX supplies X-ray system manufacturers with new X-ray detectors as part of a complete data acquisition system which upgrades current X-ray systems and allows them to perform better. This in turn allows airport operators to improve passenger facilitation and experience at checkpoints by reducing the need to divest liquids and laptops from their hand baggage while meeting the ever more stringent security regulations. MultiX allows a significant step to improve performance to identify illicit substances and allow them to meet and exceed current and future performance regulations both in Europe and in the United States.
The new X-ray detectors are also applicable to non-destructive testing(NDT) applications, such as food, waste, mining, industrial product processing where system performance can also be significantly improved, bringing a quick return on investment. In particular, food contaminant detection and quantification get new opportunities with the capability to efficiently segregate raw materials.
Founder & CEO has 30 years experience in business development of scientific and high-tech services and products. He has significant experience in operations start-up from scratch and managing the growth of the operations to high volume maturity in an international environment. He is an experienced leader with a proven track record in managing change in organizations and leading international multi-site projects. Together with Patrick Radisson he is the creator of MultiX and has invested in the capital of the company.
Co-founder & CTO, Eng + MBA. Graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunication (ENST) PARIS with an electronics engineering degree he also got a MicroElectronics advanced degree (DEA Micro-électronique) and a degree in Management (MASTER MSGO) from IAE Grenoble. He has acquired a strong experience in Detection and Imaging, in microelectronics and micro- technologies through different positions in THOMSON CSF, SOFRADIR, PHSMEMS and THALES. He cumulates in particular more than 18 years in solid-state Infra-Red detectors field through the management of the complete cycle from product development to Production where he has actively managed the development and industrialization of new technologies (II-VI material growth, PV process, Interconnect technologies, Asics, Cryo & Vacuum packaging technologies) coming from Laboratories (LETI.). He also managed Engineering and Production teams in emerging MEMS /MOEMS (RF and Optical electro-mechanical components on Si, SOI. wafers) field at PHSMEMS a French start-up company. He eventually joined THALES XRIS (2005) to manage an X-ray detector Product line before taking in charge Advanced Technologies activities in X-Ray and THZ giving rise to the development of emerging X-ray spectrometric solutions for security applications through the creation of MultiX.